Columbus Metropolitan Library’s (CML) plan to reinvent and revitalize access and education in neighborhoods throughout Columbus, and its accompanying building program, achieved a major milestone this summer, in part, with support from the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation.
The Osteopathic Heritage Foundation joined other community leaders in June for the re-opening of the Columbus Metropolitan Library (main) after the completion of a $35 million renovation. The main library renovation is part of a larger $130 million project to rebuild ten neighborhood branch libraries. In support of the overall campaign, the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation provided $100,000 toward the rebuilding of the Parsons Avenue branch, on Columbus’ south side.
“Columbus has consistently been named one of the top libraries in the nation,” said Terri Donlin Huesman, vice president, “and the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation is proud to help enhance access to services at the neighborhood level.”